For as long as I can remember, my father has been in the automobile industry. From working in the mail room as a kid trying to make a living, to basic financing as a young adult, to running businesses overseas, Continue reading Mariners sink deep
There I stood in the batter’s box, a bright-eyed and bushy-tailed 15 years old, pants a little too baggy but with a keen eye for the baseball and ready to strike. The pitcher stood on the mound some 60 feet Continue reading Look there goes another Major League scandal. Yawn!
Have you ever signed a confidentiality agreement? I haven’t… but when my book supplier mentioned a new book was coming out and that I needed to sign over a confidentiality agreement for before agreeing to review it, I suddenly felt Continue reading Book Review: Baseball Cop by Eddie Dominguez
One of the greatest sports arguments of all-time has finally been resolved. I’m not quite sure how many times I’ve written about Pete Rose in the past but this may be the last time I ever do. As you all Continue reading Pete Rose’s third strike
I am here to provide closure for baseball fans once and for all. You can thank me later. Today, I am going to grant myself one wish and one wish only. Of course, if I actually stumbled onto a genie’s Continue reading Let ‘em in, let ‘em all in: SportsChump plays Commissioner for a day
Last week, we bid the first, long-awaited adieu to Bud Selig, a man who will mistakenly go down as one of the better commissioners baseball has ever seen. Rob Manfred will soon take his place. Manfred has worked for Major Continue reading Pete Rose Hall of Fame chatter reemerges with election of new baseball commissioner